Department of Marine Systems Engineering

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Department of Marine Systems Engineering

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Effective utilization of ocean space, especially development of transportation systems, utilization of artificial land space on the sea and sustainable marine resources development, is an important challenge. It is imperative to develop new-generation systems that are able to integrate land, coastal and ocean transportation. Coastal transportation systems are viewed as a potential solution for supplementing saturated land transportation. Intelligent access procedures are required for efficiently developed waterfront communities. Planning and construction methods are needed for the utilization of artificial land space on the sea, the construction of infrastructures (offshore floating airports and power plants, etc.) and the facilities for leisure activities (passenger cruise ships, marine leisure complexes, etc.). In addition, the development of peripheral technologies for the exploration and mining of marine resources, such as subsea transportation and machine operation, is in high demand. Amongst other technologies required for ocean development, naval architecture is particularly important. To provide useful solutions for these social demands, the Department of Marine Systems Engineering is offering students the opportunity to study marine utilities and naval architecture, including marine transportation systems, biological and mineral resource development technologies and the planning of ocean spaces. The research objective of this division is to propose a wide range of environmentally-friendly marine applications and to develop technologies related to them, whilst taking full advantage of the achievements in naval architecture, marine engineering, industrial engineering and systems engineering in a comprehensive manner.

Researches

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  • Planning of Marine Systems
  • Marine Hydrodynamics
  • Marine Dynamics and Control
  • Structural Design of Marine Systems
  • Fatigue and Fracture, Welding Mechanics and Production Systems
  • Ship Design and Maritime Intelligence Technology
  • Functional Design of Marine Systems
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